I would not be mad if you posted some pics of your ducks, just...if you feel like it.
Jambalaya risotto doesn’t sound horrible, but this is a very good point.
I love all this but I have an unrelated question: You mention wine and cocktails? Do those not throw off the whole keto thing? (I’m obviously not judging, I was just always told that you can’t “be keto” and drink.)
I mean that would attract a certain crowd.
Yeah the only skin treatment I’ll use it for is like an intense foot mask, but I always wash it off because it’s just too greasy. I don’t see how people use it as a body lotion, but I have very oily skin that’s prone to breakouts so idk.
It definitely helps to be a regular. When I first started working at my bar, I would just do so for an hour, and make sure I ordered at least one cocktail when I was done; now I have a running Diet Coke tab, though I still usually order a cocktail when I’m done.
I’ve found that most places in SE are pretty chill about people working on their laptops, but I wouldn’t recommend somewhere like Teardrop or other places in the pearl. I like double dragon, double barrel, and this weird cafe/co-working space that also serves wine called Elevator, mainly because they have a ton of…
I haven’t been to one of those in a while. There’s one kind of near me, but I’ve only been to it once.
Yes! Also, as someone who writes about alcohol, I like to ask my bartender friends for input, but that seemed to specific to put in an article meant for a wide audience.
Do you at least have a pet to keep you company?
This honestly happens to me any time I try any sort of restrictive diet. I get very obsessive and start worrying about whether a banana is “medium” or “large,” etc.
I just made a kind of chilaquiles thing with tortilla chips and a fried egg
I THOUGHT SO
Hoooooly heck this sounds like something I would really enjoy.
It’s all happening!
I had a rum old fashioned recently that I quite liked.
This drink was inspired by my desire to not leave my house.